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Austin Fillmore Delivers a Dramatic Performance in New Visual "Don't Hate Me"

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The American Horror story influenced video has a love hate twist that can relate to different types of relationships.

Directed by Brandon Holmes, "Don't Hate Me," sets the scene of a couple reflecting their feelings on to their victim. From private to the public, they portray living two different lives that opens up pandoras box. The mid-tempo track produced by Drew Damen contributes to the mood of the visual bringing the viewer into the storyline, leaving you up in the air with the enigma of whats next.

Austin Fillmore grew up in the Chicago, spending time in suburbia as well as the west side of Chicago. Music was always an intense passion of his but it wasn't until he was in 7th grade that he began rapping. His first experience with the art was in his school cafeteria with an audience of his peers. The thrill of performing live led him to doing shows around Chicago and he got his name from the cross streets Austin & Fillmore where he had his first apartment. Austin comes with a variety of styles from, Hip-hop, Rap, R&B to even Alternative and Rock. “You never know what you’re going to get from me. That’s the exciting part, I don’t stick to rules,” Fillmore says.

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